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Photo: Jamaica will begin their quest for the Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 final round qualification in June 2021. They along with Mexico, USA, Costa Rica and Honduras are already through to the final qualification round. 





The new Concacaf World Cup qualification format was revealed by the regional body on Monday, even as it was announced that five teams have already qualified for the final stage which will begin in June 2021.

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File Photo: Kemar Lawrence scored a beautiful free kick against Mexico to lead Jamaica to a 1-0 win over defending champions Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals on Sunday. Jamaica will face the USA in the final on Wednesday night.




A peach of a free kick from Kemar Lawrence and a string of fine saves from Andre Blake guided Jamaica to a 1-0 upset win over defending champions Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals Sunday night.

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Photo: Ladale Richie comes in to replace the suspended Kevon Lambert in central midfield for Jamaica in their Gold Cup semifinal clash with Mexico.





Jamaica will face Mexico in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup today starting at 8:00pm local time, in a bid to make back to back visits to the finals of the region’s top football tournament. This will be the third time since 2015 that the two countries are facing each other as the both teams met in the final in 2015 where Mexico won 3-1.

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Photo: Mexico celebrate their 7th CONCACAF Gold Cup triumph after defeating Jamaica 3-1 in the finals last night in Philadelphia.

Mexico claimed their 7th hold on the CONCACAF Gold Cup (10th cumulative – CONCACAF Championships and CONCACAF Gold Cups) when they saw off first time finalists Jamaica 3-1 in a sold out Lincoln Financial Field Stadium on Sunday.

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Ruled out before the start of the tournament as possible winners, the rank outsiders Jamaica, will take on former champions Mexico, in the finals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup at the Lincoln Financial Field starting at 6:30pm local time.

Jamaica has already surpassed their best achievement in previous competitions, when they qualified for the final following their historic 2-1 win over the USA in the semi-finals on Wednesday. They will look to continue the Cinderella story but claiming the scalp of another CONCACAF giant in the already sold out stadium in Philadelphia.

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Photo: Huntelaar celebrates scoring the winning penalty for the Netherlands, they defeated Mexico 2-1. (Getty Images)

The 'perennial bridesmaid' of world football, the Netherlands, seemed to be down and out but rallied late on to score twice in six minutes and break Mexican hearts. Substitute Klaas Jan Huntelaar replaced his captain Robin van Persie and needed just two critical touches to send Holland to the last eight. The Schalke striker assisted Wesley Sneijder and then converted a penalty in stoppage time.

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CONCACAF giants Mexico heads into their Round of 16 encounter with European powerhouse the Netherlands full of confidence after impressing in the group stages finishing second in Group A ahead of Croatia and Cameroon. They finished on the same points tally as hosts Brazil but with an inferior goal difference to the five time World Champions.

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Photo: Oribe Peralta scores the winner for Mexico against Cameroon (Getty Images)


In a game where controversial decisions were again at the forefront, Mexico and Cameroon gave their all in the pouring rain but Oribe Peralta scored the only goal to give Mexico three big points in their opening World Cup encounter. The Mexicans came out all guns blazing and played their exciting slick passing game using the width of the pitch to great effect.